Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park is home of the Rotary Club of Reno Sculpture Park and includes a rotating collection of sculptural art. The park is also part of a cluster of popular riverfront parks, which can be enjoyed in conjunction, including Wingfield Park downstream and Lunsford Park upstream.

The Reno Arts and Culture Commission and Public Art Committee installed the sculpture park in collaboration with the The Rotary Club of Reno. This rotating outdoor exhibit is an integral part of Reno’s growing public art program. Currently the “repulsive, yet interesting” Rhinoman sculpture can be found here (and is available for purchase from artist Carolyn Guerra), as well as, the intriguing Becon mosaic by Eileen Gay.

This park features a walking path next to the river, benches and metered parking. Beautiful flower beds greet visitors in the summer. Volunteers replant the flowerbeds at the beginning of summer, keeping it beautiful and interesting.There is also a diverse array of coffee shops, restaurants, bars, shopping and theater (both live and film) within walking distance. Both locals and visitors are drawn to the wide variety of art nearby, including murals, sculptures and nature.

Wingfield Park to the east includes an amphitheatre and hosts many performances, events, and outdoor concerts throughout the year, including the Reno River Festival and Artown events.
Lunsford Park to the west is a nice yet tiny triangular park west of Bicentennial, with picnic tables, shady trees and interpretive signs pointing out the importance of the California Trail and the coming of the railroad to this part of the west.



10 Ralston St, Reno


6 AM – 10 PM


On foot, car, bus; ADA


Street parking


Walk along river, coffee shop in walking distance


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